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by Carter Dickson

  • Author: Carter Dickson
  • ISBN: 0854681302
  • ISBN13: 978-0854681303
  • ePub: 1170 kb | FB2: 1360 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Imprint unknown; New edition edition (February 1972)
  • Pages: 253
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 174
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Murder in the Submarine Zone ePub download

John Dickson Carr, Carter Dickson is one of the masters of locked room mysteries. Overall, it was a pretty good mystery greatly enhanced by the submarine zone atmosphere.

John Dickson Carr, Carter Dickson is one of the masters of locked room mysteries. In this book, a woman is murdered in cold blood in a ship in the middle of the sea. Nine passengers and the crew, but it looks unlikely that anyone would have reason to murder her. Moreover, the fingerprints found at the scene of crime do not match anyone else's in the ship. I'd rank this one higher than his other, campy mystery on a ship, The Blind Barber, starring Fell.

Murder in the Submarine Zone (also published as Nine-And Death Makes Ten and Murder in the Atlantic) is a mystery novel by the American writer John Dickson Carr, who published it under the name of Carter Dickson

Murder in the Submarine Zone (also published as Nine-And Death Makes Ten and Murder in the Atlantic) is a mystery novel by the American writer John Dickson Carr, who published it under the name of Carter Dickson. It is a whodunnit and features the series detective Sir Henry Merrivale. Nine oddly-assorted passengers aboard the . Edwardic are crossing the Atlantic during World War II, with the constant threat of attack by German submarines.

aka Murder in the Submarine Zone). Reprinted with permission of the author's estate. Printed and manufactured in the United States of America. First IPL printing October 1987. This story is dedicated, as it should be, to fellow passengers aboard .

John Dickson Carr (alias Carter Dickson) is at or near the peak of his formidable talents in this book

John Dickson Carr (alias Carter Dickson) is at or near the peak of his formidable talents in this book. The pace is fast, the atmosphere chilling, and the characterizations realistic and interesting, which I think in itself tends to separate him from the other great creator of Golden Age mysteries, Agatha Christie. He mixes in humor and romance nicely. And most importantly, he creates the most baffling and difficult to solve murder puzzles that any mystery writer has ever managed

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Mobile version (beta). Nine and Death Makes Ten (Murder in the Submarine Zone). Download (epub, 188 Kb). FB2 PDF MOBI TXT RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.

Only young James Answell could have committed the murder. After all, he was found unconscious in the locked room next to the body of the murdered man. His clothes were disheveled from an apparent struggle. The whiskey decanter containing the liquor he said was used to knock him out was full to the brim. All the glasses on the table were clean. His fingerprints were found on the murder weapon, an arrow from the victim's collection. Furthermore, he was heard arguing with the dead man, whose daughter he wished to marry

Nine and Death Makes Ten (aka Murder in the Submarine Zone) was the next book of his I was able to find .

Nine and Death Makes Ten (aka Murder in the Submarine Zone) was the next book of his I was able to find, and it confirmed for m. I fell in love with John Dickson Carr’s work via his ‘Carter Dickson’ alter ego when I chanced across his classic The Reader is Warned back when I was 14. Nine and Death Makes Ten (aka Murder in the Submarine Zone) was the next book of his I was able to find, and it confirmed for me what a great author he was. Here’s why (without spoilers): They are not the finger-prints of anybody aboard this ship.

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Novels under the pseudonym Carter Dickson. title, with an introduction by John Kennedy Melling was published in 1991 by Chivers Press, Bath.